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Results for: în noaptea timpurilor/vremiiTranslations: 1 - 30 of 45
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în noaptea timpurilor/vremiiin the night/mists of time; in times immemorial.
a citi semnele vremiito read the writing on the wall.
a lucra noapteato work at night; to bum the midnight oil.
a lucra până noaptea târziuto burn the midnight oil.
a nu închide ochii toată noapteato have a sleepless night; to get no rest; not to have a wink of sleep all night; not to get forty winks at night.
a se lăsa noaptea; se lasă noapteanight is falling/is coming in.
a se scula cu noaptea în capto get up a daybreak/dawn; to get up early in the morning; to rise early; to rise with the sun/the lark; (de obicei) to be an early riser/waker/ (fam.) an early bird/stirrer.
a semăna ca ziua cu noapteathey are as different iron. as like as chalk and cheese.
a sta la taifas până noaptea târziuto talk away well into the small hours.
a sta toată noapteato sit up all night.
a sta treaz toată noapteato lie awake all night; to be up all night; to stay/to wait/to stop up.
a studia până noaptea târziuto burn the midnight oil.
a veghea toată noapteato sit up all night; to out watch the night; sl. to burn the midnight oil.
a-l apuca noapteato be overtaken by the night.
asprime(a unui repros, a vremii)bitterness
asprime(a unui repros, a vremii)sharpness
camuflaj(noaptea)black-out
camuflat(noaptea)black-outed
când se îngână ziua cu noapteaat daybreak/dawn.
cu noaptea-n capaprox. at an early hour.
de dimineaţa până seara/noapteafrom morn(ing) till night.
efectul agenţilor atmosferici, deteriorare / dezagregare din cauza vremii (şi asupra maselor plastice)weathering
efractie(noaptea)burglary
efractie(noaptea)house breaking
în adâncimea timpurilortime out of mind; in times of old.
în decursul timpului/vremiiin (the) course of time.
la ore mici (până la 3,4 noaptea)in the small hours.
minea(a petrece noaptea)to spend the night
minea(a petrece noaptea)to stay all/over the night
noaptea de marţi spre miercurithe night from Tuesday to Wednesday.
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